Free SOLIDWORKS Training for Veterans

Article by Brian Childree on Nov 07, 2023

GoEngineer invites U.S. military service veterans to enroll in our supported, self-paced SOLIDWORKS Essentials Training course - at no cost. The SOLIDWORKS Essentials class provides the foundation for building SOLIDWORKS skills and prepares students for the SOLIDWORKS Certified Associate exam. Our supported, self-paced training platform makes it easy for veterans to gain the skills they need to transition back into the civilian workforce.  

Free SOLIDWORKS Training for Veterans

During this course, students learn the SOLIDWORKS basics and user interface, how to sketch, and how to use features, patterns, global variables and equations, configurations, and much more. Upon completion, students are ready to make parts, assemblies, and drawings, and will be on the path to SOLIDWORKS proficiency. 

Over 150 veterans have already enrolled in this training. So, if you're a military veteran, fill out the form below to request free enrollment in SOLIDWORKS Essentials and begin your training. 



From everyone at GoEngineer, thank you for your service. 

*For access to SOLIDWORKS Student Edition software, eligible active military and veterans click here.

Editor's Note: This article was originally published in January 2023 and has been updated for accuracy and comprehensiveness.

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About Brian Childree

Originally from Montana, Brian served in the US Air Force where he did machining and welding on A-10s and F-16s while stationed in Alaska and Afghanistan. He’s worked as a Design Engineer in multiple industries from medical, oil and gas, aerospace, consumer products and even interior lighting design. He graduated from the University of Utah’s Mechanical Engineering program and now works at GoEngineer as an Applications Engineer specializing in Simulation analysis.

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